It costs £50 for a parent (or grandparent, auntie, uncle or guardian) to come to Square Food with their child. They cook three delicious recipes and sit down to eat together at the end. There's no washing up and no concern over safety. It's a brilliant way for families to spend time together.
For SFF to deliver a year-long programme of workshops for families, it costs £3600
Once a month, our Back in the Kitchen group cook a nourishing, hearty two course lunch for up to 20 people elderly people living locally. Lunch Club guests sit and eat together, share stories and take part in activities. It costs Square Food £150 to deliver every monthly Lunch Club - that's £1800 per year.
A weekly programme for young people NEET, Into the Kitchen is not only a place to learn life skills and cookery knowledge, it's a way to find out about work experience, apprenticeships, CV building and to boost confidence. It costs around £300 per week to run Into the Kitchen for up to 12 young people.
“I definitely think coming to SFF gave Josh a boost in confidence, after a long period of unemployment and a disastrous school career Josh realised he was able to learn and accomplish things he never believed he could”
In just one day, Square Food can train up to 50 primary school staff to feel confident enough to deliver cooking at school. We provide kit and ingredient lists, recipes and hands-on instruction. Cooking in the Classroom is an enjoyable and inclusive inset day with real results.
It costs £1500 to deliver one inset day for up to 50 staff.